Look here what Diana did on her first try at making cake with rolled fondant. Looks pretty awsome, right? She even made marzipan from scratch to make little fruits and the rose on top. The fondant was bought and she promises to make that from scratch next time too.
11/13/2004 – I really think this one deserves a better grade, I just was busy while watching it and need to see it again.
11/12/2004 – At almost 4 hours long, this film flows without a single boring moment. The story is great so are the cast members, the perfect set pieces, the music and the editing and filming of the past and present in the long tale. I rank this one up there with the Godfather trilogy and Goodfellas.
11/7/2004 – sweet and forgettable little family film.
11/06/2004 – Fantastic piece of original work that never gets old and always remains funny. I am not sure where to start praising this gem that started all the later mockumentary films like Waiting For Guffman and the awsome Best in Show. The commentary track is almost as funny as the actual film BTW, check it out.
11/03/2004 – I really thought this was overrated, and did not care for it much or it’s wierd values. I have to admit some scenes are quiet well done and worth watching. One example is the one when our dear protagonist is back from “rehab” and meets the young fellow who his parents rented the room to.
10/31/2004 – What a shallow flick. The story was just not done any justice. The performances were very weak especially Aliyah’s.